Merc's flagship saloon has always been at the forefront of technology.
There are more expensive, more luxurious, sumptuous even, large saloon cars on the road and in garages around the world. But nothing has succeeded and makes a statement as big and bold as Mercedes-Benz’s flagship model, the S-Class. How successful has the S-Class been since the first of the breed appeared in 1951? Try four million sales globally, making it easily the biggest selling, large luxury saloon in history...
As the tech-laden new 2021 S-Class nears its global unveiling next month, the time is right to revisit the virtues of the current model. Is it still the flagship it was in 2018?
The facelifted Mercedes-Benz S-Class is the latest to sit atop the Stuttgart tech pile. With the best of everything the brand can offer, it needs to appeal to the most discerning buyer.
Is this the best car in the world?
Mercedes-Benz's limousine continues to be the one rivals models measure themselves against. And for good reason.
What you want is the S 350 BlueTEC with 620Nm and 190kW, and you’ll never know you’re driving a diesel.